March is a month of big changes, as winter gives way to spring.
Squeeze in one last snowy adventure in this March and get outside!
This month’s FREE digital download comes from the stunning Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park.
Throughout 2023, we’re sharing a free downloadable graphic for you to use as wallpaper for your favourite devices. We’ve specially sized these images for your computers, tablets, smartphones, and Facebook covers.
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Today’s post comes from Sofi Czich, a Canoe Resource Technician at Wabakimi Provincial Park.
Planning a paddling trip during late summer/early fall in Wabakimi will stimulate your senses.
Wabakimi Provincial Park is a wild and raw beauty that will provide an unforgettable experience!
There are a few things to look forward during your paddling trip and also some things to keep in mind.
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With its pink granite cliffs and shimmering lakes, Killarney Provincial Park is beloved for its awe-inspiring views.
But for some of its most memorable sights, we have to leave the stratosphere behind.
Here are some ways to add a slice of deep space exploration to your next visit to Killarney. Continue reading 6 far out reasons to visit Killarney Provincial Park
Seeing the magnificent Northern Lights is a bucket list item for any nature lover.
But did you know that the Northern Lights are caused by charged particles from the Sun?
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, is the name given to an often-ethereal band or curtain of faint light seen towards the northern horizon. Generally, the light is so faint that the light pollution of even a small town can wash it out.
However, in the dark skies of many of our provincial parks, the Northern Lights can be spectacular.
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